While the stock Internet browser on Android-powered devices function well enough on their own, there are still other alternatives out there from third party developers, and the Dolphin Browser from MoboTap is one of them. Having said that, MoboTap has just redesigned their Dolphin Browser for Android smartphones and tablets, where they have decided to throw in all-new Web app store as well as introduce a more streamlined navigation experience overall.
The new ‘Web Store’ can be said to be the most significant addition among the lot, where it comes with support for its fair share of high-profile apps and services, where among them include Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia and Amazon. Needless to say, this could be interpreted as a move to ensure users remain within the browser environment so that they do not turn to native Android apps, allowing them to access Web apps from the Dolphin home screen or a new tab, while sorting them into conventional folders as and when required. What do you think of the new Dolphin Browser for Android?